MCC Students helping promote Small Business Saturday in Muscatine

Muscatine Community College Business students are championing Muscatine small businesses by helping to promote Small Business Saturday on November 25. As a Neighborhood Champion for #ShopSmall #SmallBizSat, students have signed up over a dozen local businesses to take...

MCC takes on non-traditional classes

As the spring semester approaches for Muscatine Community College, students will be signing up for classes and exploring their options. What some students don’t know is the wide variety of non-traditional classes that the school offers. Muscatine Community College...

MHS students participate in All-State Music Festival

The Iowa High School All-State Music Festival celebrated their 71st year. Muscatine sent 17 students to participate in band, orchestra, and choir. Seery Awbrey is a junior soprano who will be making the trip to Ames for the first time. “The rehearsals with my group...

MHS Speech and Debate win big at Bettendorf

MHS Speech and Debate had a strong showing at the Bettendorf Bulldog Invitational. On Friday night, students competed in Congressional Debate. The pool of students was divided into two houses. In house 1, Daniel Salazar took 6th place, Jeremiah Daniels took 3rd, place...

Gratitude as a way of life

It’s November and my Facebook feed has been full of people posting one thing they are grateful for each day during this month of gratitude. What a wonderful spiritual practice! A friend of mine made this month-long practice into a life-long practice.  She would name...

The Elves Workshop returns to Muscatine

The Elves Workshop, an annual event sponsored by the Muscatine Parks and Recreation Department, will return to the Muscatine Mall Center Court just in time for that final push before Christmas. This year’s workshop will be held from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, December 16,...

Nepple Law ranked among best law firms

For the 26th consecutive year, James A. Nepple has been named to the 2017 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America, the oldest and most respected peer-review publication in the legal profession.   Best Lawyers has published their list for over three decades, earning the...

Take control of holiday stress, time, and money

As the holiday season quickly approaches, holiday stressors tend to sneak up as well. These additional commitments for time and money can zap the happy from the holidays, says Barbara Dunn Swanson, a human sciences specialist with Iowa State University Extension and...

Eulenspiegel puppets present godmother death and pop-up cards during holiday open house

Eulenspiegel Puppet Theatre continues its season with “Godmother Death and the Water of Life.” One performance will be held Sunday, November 19 at 3:00 p.m. at Owl Glass Puppetry center, 319 N. Calhoun, West Liberty. In lieu of ticket sales, Eulenspiegel is requesting...

Justice – Is League justice served?

Justice League brings together most of DC’s major heroes to stop a global threat. Pro – Getting better Let’s be clear from the jump. Justice League is a true improvement on the mess that was Batman v. Superman. While that might seem like faint praise, it shouldn’t. DC...

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EAST 5TH STREET OPEN East 5th Street is open as of 5 p.m. Wednesday, November 22, including the intersections of Iowa, Sycamore, and Cedar. Phase III of the West Hill Sewer Separation Project wraps up with the opening of East 5th Street. Work on Phase IV of the project is expected to begin late spring or early summer in 2018.

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Carol Steinmetz: An Artists Spectrum

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MCC takes on non-traditional classes

MCC takes on non-traditional classes

As the spring semester approaches for Muscatine Community College, students will be signing up for classes and exploring their options. What some students don’t know is the wide variety of non-traditional classes that the school offers. Muscatine Community College...

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MHS Speech and Debate win big at Bettendorf

MHS Speech and Debate win big at Bettendorf

MHS Speech and Debate had a strong showing at the Bettendorf Bulldog Invitational. On Friday night, students competed in Congressional Debate. The pool of students was divided into two houses. In house 1, Daniel Salazar took 6th place, Jeremiah Daniels took 3rd, place...

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Hometown Hawkeye

Hometown Hawkeye

Joe Wieskamp has known his basketball destination since June 9, 2015. Early in the summer following his freshman year at Muscatine High School, the long athletic wing verbally committed to play college basketball at the University of Iowa. On Wednesday, he signed his...

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West Liberty and Wilton make football playoffs

West Liberty and Wilton make football playoffs

Last season, Wilton and Sigourney Keota faced off with the winner punching their ticket to the Iowa High School Athletic Association playoffs. The Cobras took last season's matchup and got out to an early lead on Friday night. But the Beavers battled back. After...

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EAST 5TH STREET OPEN East 5th Street is open as of 5 p.m. Wednesday, November 22, including the intersections of Iowa, Sycamore, and Cedar. Phase III of the West Hill Sewer Separation Project wraps up with the opening of East 5th Street. Work on Phase IV of the project is expected to begin late spring or early summer in 2018.

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